All in the Family Jamie Foxx

Joann Johnston
May 23, 2019

"Ever since I was a little boy, I would always beg my mother for a little brother". "It's live", he said, after dropping the line, "Everyone sitting at home just thought their TV just messed up". "There is so much more work we must do in this country we love so much", he said.

Woody Harrelson, who played Archie Bunker couldn't help but hide his full-on laughter, at one point turning around entirely, while Ike Barinholtz and Ellie Kemper - playing Mike and Gloria Stivic, enjoyed the moment with cheeky grins. Eventually, his cast picked up the ball and plowed ahead without skipping a beat.

Legendary actress and last living member of "The Jeffersons' " core cast Marla Gibbs even made a cameo as their maid Florence Johnston.

Producers had previously announced in press releases that the part was to be played by Justina Machado, of One Day at a Time stardom.

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The rendition of The Jeffersons theme on Live In Front of a Studio Audience sounded a little better than that; it was sung by the incredible Jennifer Hudson.

All in the Family originally premiered in 1971 and was praised for tackling tough subjects including racism and women's rights. "The Jeffersons", a spinoff of "All in the Family", ran from 1975 to 1985 on the same network.

Jimmy Kimmel's ambitious star-studded re-staging of two Norman Lear sitcoms dominated Wednesday primetime, scoring a metered market 7.5 rating/13 share, where previous week Toy Story 2 was hovering around 1.6/3. I wouldn't mind seeing more classic shows brought back to life for a special night here or there.

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